Sep 6, 2010

Symptom Four (A Series)

As I've previously pointed out on many occasions, Philip R. Klein writes most of the comments posted on the Reader Mail page of the Southeast Texas Political Review.

For examples, see here, here, here, here,  here, here, herehere, and here. Also, see here, here, here, here, and here. There are many more, but a common theme running through these purported messages from Philip's "readers" is admiration of Philp Klein.

Here are a few random samples taken from current items posted on the Reader Mail page. Klein's signature grammatical train wrecks are obvious:
They say you can't write. Your editorial is the best piece of work I have seen in this area in 30 years. As one reporter / writer to another, you are one of us.
"Klein; I have been reading your bull*&## for years and always thought you were fully of *#&# - but I got to tell you friend you are right on it! Congrats big boy. Four years of predicting it and you called it right on the money."
You are the only media site that has told the truth or told us what we going to happen. Two years ago you predicted what was going to happen and it did. We have people in our office that say you are crazy or a nut. You are neither Mr. Klein.
"Once again I read something on your web site that I do not see in the paper or on TV. Are you the news?
"You did a wonderful job on FOX this morning. Glad to see you back! Keep up the good work and go get 'em boy!"
As a republican that gives money at certain events your name always came up as someone to stay away from. Now I read everything you have said for the last four years is coming true. Why don't you take over the party? We need a leader like you Mr. Klein! You are not radical and the only one that I can tell that has told the truth.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders defines Narcissistic Personality Disorder (301.81) as:
A pervasive pattern of grandiosity (in fantasy or behavior), need for admiration, and lack of empathy, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following [symptoms]:

4. requires excessive admiration
To be continued. Read the rest of the articles in this series:

1 comment :

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